09:00 – 09:55 ET
Demystifying IIoT implementation
There are a number of myths, pitfalls, obstacles and challenges to getting started with an Industrial IoT implementation.
Our panellists are bringing objection handling to the forefront of their discussion, including:
- Identifying obstacles to getting started with IoT
- Improving diversity and inclusion in this space
- Navigating cultural differences when introducing a new technology to a new region
Expect this to be a broad ranging discussion, covering a range of topics and new technologies.
Category: Industrial IoT
09:00 -09:55 ET
Using Digital Solutions to Improve and Optimize Energy Production
A roundtable discussion focusing on making digital solutions a reality in the oil, gas and power generation sectors. Many benefits have been promised, but expectations have not been reached. Expectations have been fueled by quick returns from other sectors, however, when understanding the limitations and important facets for oil, gas and power generation the benefits which have been achieved (case studies) are even greater. The roundtable will explore these limitations, how to overcome them and how extract value with real-life case studies.
10:00 – 10:55 ET
Removing Barriers to Digital Transformation
Join this panel of industrial automation experts to learn how open, standards-based, industrial automation is poised to unleash a wave of unbounded innovation. By removing barriers to digital transformation, businesses will be free to integrate best-of-breed components into designed for purpose operational models that easily adapt to constantly changing needs—today and well into the future.
13:10 – 14:25 ET
How to Drive Innovation with Industrial IoT and 5G
14:30 – 16:00 ET
AI and IIoT in Discrete Manufacturing
14:30 -16:00 ET
ICS Security Bringing Order to ICS Cyber Chaos
15:00 – 15:55 ET
AR technology trends, applications and the value of spatial computing
At the end of 2019, many companies and media outlets predicted that AR would dominate the world in the early 2020’s. AR offers the promise of turning the real world into a clickable, searchable, data-infused experience.
Our expert panellists will share:
- How AR can help with industrial IoT
- The value of IoT meeting XR and Spatial Computing
- Examples of industrial companies accessing data on demand through AR
- Four AR technology trends to keep an eye on – there’s movement coming!
Categories: AR, Industrial IoT
16:15 – 17:10 ET
How Cities are Embracing the Internet of Things
However important the Internet of Things is for business, the impact is transformative for our cities. Smart cities around the world are using new technologies to increase the speed and efficiency of urban services.
Our panel of smart cities experts are going to be answering the tough questions, including:
- Current practices around data and information management for cities
- The technologies helping our cities deliver better services
- The role of IoT in cities
Category: Smart Cities
16:15 – 17:10 ET
Industry 4.0 and Cybersecurity Challenges
The Industry 4.0 revolution brings with it a new operational risk for connected, smart manufacturers and digital supply networks: cyber. Industrial Cybersecurity should be an integral part of the strategy, design, and operations from the beginning of any new connected, Industry 4.0–driven initiative.
In light of Industry 4.0, our expert line up of panellists will examine visibility, control, and situational awareness in relation to your cyber security strategy – and their impact on the future of digital manufacturing.
From this panel you can expect to hear:
- Top trends impacting today’s manufacturers security strategy
- What are the cyber security-specific technical issues associated with Industry4.0?
- What are the cyber security-specific training and education issues associated with Industry4.0?
16:15 – 17:10 ET
Robot coworkers: How AI impacts the future of work
What happens when technology advancements threaten to automate people’s jobs?
That question is on the minds of many as research and development in artificial intelligence and machine learning rapidly advances.
Recently ASU received a million dollar NSF Convergence Accelerator Grant to create autonomous systems that are not only more adaptable and efficient in manufacturing environments, but also have built-in adaptive tutoring systems that will cooperate with factory workers and retrain them to use AI technology so they are not displaced from their jobs. This multidisciplinary project is focused on using AI to augment the workplace rather than replace workers.
Categories: AI and Machine Learning, Industrial IoT